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蹈 is a 17 stroke, simplified and traditional Chinese character and is pronounced as dǎo in the third tone, however it can also be pronounced as dào.
It is made up of the components ⻊ (foot) and 舀 (to ladle out).
While dancing, someone <TREADS ON> my FOOT. I STOP at a well and [dou]se it, my HAND *scooping* water with a MORTAR. Then it's time <to tread on>.
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We found 2 pronunciations for 蹈
Definitions for 蹈 pronounced as dǎo
- to tread on
- to trample
- to stamp
- to fulfill
- Taiwan pr. [dao4]
Definitions for 蹈 pronounced as dào
The most common words for 蹈 — see all
- dance (performance art)
- hands dance and feet trip (idiom); dancing and gesticulating for joy
- to follow the track of an overturned cart
- to repeat a disastrous policy
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